• Mason School of Academic and Cultural Literacy is located in the southwest section of St. Louis City generally referred to as the Clifton Heights neighborhood. Clifton Heights is a typical urban residential neighborhood, located just west of "The Hill" neighborhood.  Mason School opened in 1919, designed by the architect R. M. Milligan and named after a prominent early St. Louis business man, Isaac M. Mason.

    Our school serves pres-kindergarten through sixth grade.  It is culturally diverse with one third of our student population being English Language Learners.

    Mason School of Academic and Cultural Literacy is one of only a few schools in the Saint Louis Public School District to be autonomous. Mason continues to maintain test scores above the MPI of 300 in most of the content areas.  


    Cooking Class with SpringboardMason continues to go beyond expectations by partnering with:
    • Saint Louis University-Professional Development School Partnership

    • St. Louis Art Museum

    • Springboard

    • COCA

    • Wise Write

    • Ready to Learn

    Our students participate in multiple hands-on activities and have exposure to many opportunities not offered in other schools.

     

Last Modified on March 20, 2019